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Most comments: 71

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2011-07-13 19:01:29 (71 comments, 479 reshares, 472 +1s)Open 

The Khan Academy iPad app is coming along really well. We're getting near to a 1.0 release. This initial release will have video navigation and viewing as well as an interactive transcripts and offline support. Exercises will be coming in the next release. I've tossed a couple (very alpha) screenshots here. Huge thanks to +Adam Ernst and +Jason Rosoff for making this happen.

Support for other platforms (Android, iPhone, etc.) is coming soon, we wanted to get this first version out and people using it right away. The backend is written in a mixture of native code and HTML 5 (using jQuery Mobile). The full source code can be found on Github: https://github.com/Khan/khan-mobile

Most reshares: 479

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2011-07-13 19:01:29 (71 comments, 479 reshares, 472 +1s)Open 

The Khan Academy iPad app is coming along really well. We're getting near to a 1.0 release. This initial release will have video navigation and viewing as well as an interactive transcripts and offline support. Exercises will be coming in the next release. I've tossed a couple (very alpha) screenshots here. Huge thanks to +Adam Ernst and +Jason Rosoff for making this happen.

Support for other platforms (Android, iPhone, etc.) is coming soon, we wanted to get this first version out and people using it right away. The backend is written in a mixture of native code and HTML 5 (using jQuery Mobile). The full source code can be found on Github: https://github.com/Khan/khan-mobile

Most plusones: 472

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2011-07-13 19:01:29 (71 comments, 479 reshares, 472 +1s)Open 

The Khan Academy iPad app is coming along really well. We're getting near to a 1.0 release. This initial release will have video navigation and viewing as well as an interactive transcripts and offline support. Exercises will be coming in the next release. I've tossed a couple (very alpha) screenshots here. Huge thanks to +Adam Ernst and +Jason Rosoff for making this happen.

Support for other platforms (Android, iPhone, etc.) is coming soon, we wanted to get this first version out and people using it right away. The backend is written in a mixture of native code and HTML 5 (using jQuery Mobile). The full source code can be found on Github: https://github.com/Khan/khan-mobile

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2011-10-29 22:55:20 (25 comments, 8 reshares, 48 +1s)Open 

Watching 'The Last Samurai' is wrinkling my brain! Not for Tom Cruise being a samurai but due to the inconsistencies regarding history at that time (the film was set in 1876).

The "samurai" were hardly an effective power by 1876 (not to mention that the shogunate had long been out of power by that point - the film would've been more believable if it took place in 1863, but that wouldn't have been nearly as sexy as there would've been guns and warships, etc. and Cruise wouldn't be post-Civil War, he would be in it). There hadn't been nearly any internal military conflicts in Japan in almost 250 years at that point, the samurai weren't nearly as well trained as they were during the height of the power. If anything they were largely discontent - marginalized by a class system that kept them under a strict code of conduct while preventing them from reaping... more »

Watching 'The Last Samurai' is wrinkling my brain! Not for Tom Cruise being a samurai but due to the inconsistencies regarding history at that time (the film was set in 1876).

The "samurai" were hardly an effective power by 1876 (not to mention that the shogunate had long been out of power by that point - the film would've been more believable if it took place in 1863, but that wouldn't have been nearly as sexy as there would've been guns and warships, etc. and Cruise wouldn't be post-Civil War, he would be in it). There hadn't been nearly any internal military conflicts in Japan in almost 250 years at that point, the samurai weren't nearly as well trained as they were during the height of the power. If anything they were largely discontent - marginalized by a class system that kept them under a strict code of conduct while preventing them from reaping the rewards of commerce. There's a reason the Meiji restoration happened in 1868 and a reason why there was large discontent in Japan during the late-Tokugawa era - the government's power was crumbling, it wasn't nearly as effective as it use to be.

While I can believe the premise of a rogue samurai village fighting to "keep the old ways" - fighting for a return of the shogunate is almost laughable.

It did please me though that they were showing Tom Cruise woodblock prints to "educate him about the ways of the samurai." Kind of hard to tell but it looked like they were some of Yoshitoshi's more gruesome prints - for example from his series '28 Famous Murders with Verse': http://www.yoshitoshi.net/series/murders.html Thankfully at least that's a series that was printed before 1876 so at least that's marginally correct - huzzah!___

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2011-08-27 21:26:29 (25 comments, 5 reshares, 59 +1s)Open 

How I'm battling Hurricane Irene: Carving a Japanese woodblock print and watching Starcraft 2 at MLG: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeresig/6086435519

How I'm battling Hurricane Irene: Carving a Japanese woodblock print and watching Starcraft 2 at MLG: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeresig/6086435519___

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2011-08-03 18:20:10 (34 comments, 300 reshares, 198 +1s)Open 

You can see who Google thinks you are in the ad preferences, mine are dead on:
http://www.google.com/ads/preferences/

You can see who Google thinks you are in the ad preferences, mine are dead on:
http://www.google.com/ads/preferences/___

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2011-07-29 19:31:36 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 19 +1s)Open 

Cool art-inspired concert by +Nell Shaw Cohen happening tomorrow at the Peabody Essex Museum outside Boston.

Companion web site for the piece (uses jQuery Mobile!): http://beyondthenotes.org/empire/

Cool art-inspired concert by +Nell Shaw Cohen happening tomorrow at the Peabody Essex Museum outside Boston.

Companion web site for the piece (uses jQuery Mobile!): http://beyondthenotes.org/empire/___

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2011-07-28 19:37:15 (28 comments, 29 reshares, 101 +1s)Open 

Khan Academy Exercise Rewrite is live, more details in my blog post. Congrats to the whole team on making this happen!

Khan Academy Exercise Rewrite is live, more details in my blog post. Congrats to the whole team on making this happen!___

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2011-07-26 13:58:21 (27 comments, 58 reshares, 142 +1s)Open 

My "Uses This" interview is now live: See what tech I use for development and media watching.

My "Uses This" interview is now live: See what tech I use for development and media watching.___

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2011-07-23 16:39:41 (46 comments, 3 reshares, 40 +1s)Open 

Unghh... OSX Lion's inverted scroll wheel is really wrinkling my brain. Looks like you can fix this by changing an option in the mouse preferences.

Unghh... OSX Lion's inverted scroll wheel is really wrinkling my brain. Looks like you can fix this by changing an option in the mouse preferences.___

2011-07-22 19:02:28 (40 comments, 38 reshares, 243 +1s)Open 

Huh, just found out that Google+ Hangouts use jQuery. Neat! Thanks to +Kaleb Hornsby for the heads-up :)

Huh, just found out that Google+ Hangouts use jQuery. Neat! Thanks to +Kaleb Hornsby for the heads-up :)___

2011-07-20 22:08:30 (38 comments, 39 reshares, 35 +1s)Open 

I took a panorama picture of Khan Academy during our weekly standup meeting (uses Photosynth, requires Silverlight).

I took a panorama picture of Khan Academy during our weekly standup meeting (uses Photosynth, requires Silverlight).___

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2011-07-19 19:07:14 (9 comments, 18 reshares, 65 +1s)Open 

Just wrote up a blog post detailing how our random exercise generation works in the new Khan Academy exercise framework.

Just wrote up a blog post detailing how our random exercise generation works in the new Khan Academy exercise framework.___

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2011-07-14 01:39:44 (16 comments, 11 reshares, 122 +1s)Open 

The final result of Monday and Tuesday's jQuery Core Bug Triage. We triaged about 250 tickets, are down to less than 200 open tickets (many of which are assigned to jQuery 1.7), and are down to about 50 untriaged tickets. Considering that we're nearing 10,000 tickets submitted, in total, we're in a fantastic state. The source of the graph: http://bugs.jquery.com/ticketgraph?days=90

The final result of Monday and Tuesday's jQuery Core Bug Triage. We triaged about 250 tickets, are down to less than 200 open tickets (many of which are assigned to jQuery 1.7), and are down to about 50 untriaged tickets. Considering that we're nearing 10,000 tickets submitted, in total, we're in a fantastic state. The source of the graph: http://bugs.jquery.com/ticketgraph?days=90___

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2011-07-13 19:01:29 (71 comments, 479 reshares, 472 +1s)Open 

The Khan Academy iPad app is coming along really well. We're getting near to a 1.0 release. This initial release will have video navigation and viewing as well as an interactive transcripts and offline support. Exercises will be coming in the next release. I've tossed a couple (very alpha) screenshots here. Huge thanks to +Adam Ernst and +Jason Rosoff for making this happen.

Support for other platforms (Android, iPhone, etc.) is coming soon, we wanted to get this first version out and people using it right away. The backend is written in a mixture of native code and HTML 5 (using jQuery Mobile). The full source code can be found on Github: https://github.com/Khan/khan-mobile

The Khan Academy iPad app is coming along really well. We're getting near to a 1.0 release. This initial release will have video navigation and viewing as well as an interactive transcripts and offline support. Exercises will be coming in the next release. I've tossed a couple (very alpha) screenshots here. Huge thanks to +Adam Ernst and +Jason Rosoff for making this happen.

Support for other platforms (Android, iPhone, etc.) is coming soon, we wanted to get this first version out and people using it right away. The backend is written in a mixture of native code and HTML 5 (using jQuery Mobile). The full source code can be found on Github: https://github.com/Khan/khan-mobile___

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2011-07-13 18:59:05 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Khan Academy iPad App Alpha

Khan Academy iPad App Alpha___

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2011-07-13 18:58:36 (6 comments, 2 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Khan Academy iPad App Alpha

Khan Academy iPad App Alpha___

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2011-07-13 18:58:27 (19 comments, 5 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Khan Academy iPad App Alpha

Khan Academy iPad App Alpha___

2011-07-12 18:34:19 (27 comments, 19 reshares, 103 +1s)Open 

There is a stark contrast between what jQuery team members will say about a ticket to each other (think: lots of profanity) versus what we write in a ticket reply (think: magnanimous and helpful).

There is a stark contrast between what jQuery team members will say about a ticket to each other (think: lots of profanity) versus what we write in a ticket reply (think: magnanimous and helpful).___

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2011-07-12 14:57:02 (19 comments, 9 reshares, 80 +1s)Open 

+Dave Methvin, +Rick Waldron, +adam sontag, +Timmy Willison, +Addy Osmani, and I are all working on Day 2 of jQuery Bug Triage. Made a solid dent yesterday.

+Dave Methvin, +Rick Waldron, +adam sontag, +Timmy Willison, +Addy Osmani, and I are all working on Day 2 of jQuery Bug Triage. Made a solid dent yesterday.___

2011-07-11 20:00:37 (31 comments, 24 reshares, 185 +1s)Open 

The jQuery dev team all agrees that we hate the current implementation of positional CSS selectors in jQuery (:first, :last, :eq, etc.). We need to find a way to get their performance up, and bugginess down, sooner rather than later.

The jQuery dev team all agrees that we hate the current implementation of positional CSS selectors in jQuery (:first, :last, :eq, etc.). We need to find a way to get their performance up, and bugginess down, sooner rather than later.___

2011-07-11 17:31:32 (9 comments, 1 reshares, 28 +1s)Open 

+Dave Methvin, +Timmy Willison, +adam sontag, Julian Aubourg, and I are all triaging jQuery Core bugs today and tomorrow, trying to keep the number of open bugs to a minimum.

+Dave Methvin, +Timmy Willison, +adam sontag, Julian Aubourg, and I are all triaging jQuery Core bugs today and tomorrow, trying to keep the number of open bugs to a minimum.___

2011-07-11 14:37:47 (25 comments, 27 reshares, 140 +1s)Open 

A big couple weeks coming up here at Khan Academy. We're working on getting a beta version of the new exercise framework live (having ported over 100 exercises from the old framework) - and also finalizing some of the details of the 1.0 iPad application (using jQuery Mobile). All the code is Open Source and up on the Khan Github repo!

A big couple weeks coming up here at Khan Academy. We're working on getting a beta version of the new exercise framework live (having ported over 100 exercises from the old framework) - and also finalizing some of the details of the 1.0 iPad application (using jQuery Mobile). All the code is Open Source and up on the Khan Github repo!___

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